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Mahatma Gandhi

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Mahatma Gandhi
by Nikolai Blechschmidt & Jan-Henry Janssen
Content
Early life
Education
South Africa - Situation and the first event
Natal Indian Congress
Phoenix-Settlement
Chastity & Satyagraha
Resistance against the marriage law
India
boycott
Salt March
Assasination
Sources
1
Early Life
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
born: 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, India
Vaisyas
the social and political upper class
was married to Kasturba Makthaji when he was 13
2
Education
Permission to go on a university
Started study in October 1888
Vegetarian Society
interested in several religions
inspired by the Sermon on the Mount
In 1891 he finished his law study
3
South Africa -
Situation and the first event
in India, Gandhi had no chance to get a job
decision to go to South Africa in 1893
racial segregation
South Africa was a British colony
on a train trip he was discriminated
wasn`t allowed to ride in the first class
4
Phoenix- Settlement
6

founded in 1904 in Inanda
Indian Opinion
newspaper invented by M.K. Gandhi
modest live
food was grown in the garden
Natal Indian Congress
founded in 1894
important for political negotiations
protect the rights of Indian migrants
5
Chastity & Satyagraha
7
Brahmacharya
concentrate on politics
Satyagraha
non-violent
passive resistance
Resistance against the marriage law
in 1913 a new marriage law was invented
just christian marriages were legal
Indian workers struck
in the end Gandhi was imprisoned
8
India
in India he was called Mahatma
aim: reach the independence of India
Indians were discriminated by the Britishs
Indian National Congress
9
Boycott
10
non-violent (Satyagraha)
Indians should not work for the Britishs
many British things were not used
Salt March
March 1930
Indians were not allowed to produce salt
Gandhi walked about 385 km
Gandhi produced salt
about 60.000 people were imprisoned
11
Assassination
12
15/08/1947: India got independent
30/01/1948: Gandhi was assassinated
Sources
Text
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http://www.klein-singen.de/Mahatma_Ghandi_Biografie.html
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http://www.gandhi-info.de/mahatma_gandhi.html
http://www.wasistwas.de/archiv-geschichte-details/mahatma-gandhi-ein-leben-fuer-den-frieden.html
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohandas_Karamchand_Gandhi
Pictures
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/96/Bloch-SermonOnTheMount.jpg
http://liberationanimale.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/gandhi-1890-31.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Gandhi_costume.jpg
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/60/Indian_Opinion.jpg
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for your attention!
Thank you
Gandhi changed the world !
He fought against an Empire
non-violently and won!
His ideology helped countries
to reach independence
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